How to write plain English: a book for lawyers and consumers

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Harper & Row, 1979 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 126 pages
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Tackling the obfuscation inherent in legal language, Flesch isolates the elements in legal writing that make most documents beyond the layman's comprehension and offers remedies for each obstacle to easy reading and understanding

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Contents

Learning Plain English
1
Lets Start with the Formula
20
Oceans of Verbiage
33
Copyright

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